CTAP seeks to promote accountability and transparency through the tracking of COVID-19 intervention funds across 7 African countries.
COVID-19 Transparency and Accountability Project (CTAP) is an initiative that seeks to promote accountability and transparency through the tracking of COVID-19 intervention funds across 7 African countries – Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone.
CTAP is sponsored by Conrad Hilton Foundation and Skoll Foundation and executed by BudgIT Foundation, Connected Development and Global Integrity.
Global integrity is a learning-centred organization that connects frontline actors and global players to help them navigate complex governance challenges with a systems change mindset. Global Integrity aims to support locally-led efforts to solve governance-related challenges and that public resources are used effectively, to deliver public services and meet people’s needs.
The context remains grimm, with slow and unequal vaccine access and rollout, as well as with low citizen trust in government institutions providing a fertile ground for misinformation and vaccine hesitancy.
The COVID-19 Transparency and Accountability Project (CTAP) is committed to tracking all resources from public sector, private, multilateral and bilateral donors committed to COVID-19 pandemic. We have stronger interests in seven countries – Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Malawi. Cameroon & Kenya
The CTAP project looks to track all the resources committed to Africa. However, we have taken 7 African countries as the core of the work. CTAP will also give perspectives generated from field research as to how to manage funds and also create mechanisms that support transparency and accountability of funds.